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Trump reportedly called former Yankees player Alex Rodriguez to ask for his thoughts on handling the coronavirus outbreak

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

President Donald Trump called the former baseball player Alex Rodriguez for his thoughts on the administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak, ABC News reported Friday evening.
The call was reportedly part of a number of calls Trump made this week regarding the virus and its impact on the country.
Rodriguez is not a medical or public health expert.
Trump has contradicted public health experts in statements on how to limit the spread of the coronavirus and ease the burden on the healthcare system.
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Donald Trump asked Alex Rodriguez for advice on coronavirus response, report says

Donald Trump asked Alex Rodriguez for advice on coronavirus response, report says

2 monthes ago   |   By Sporting News

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